|Repository||Austin College Department of Archives and Special Collections|
|Creator||Athenaeum Society and Philennoian Society|
|Title||The Austin College Reveille|
|Extent||1.7 linear feet|
|Abstract||The Austin College Reveille was the organ of the literary societies on campus. It began and flourished during the military era, but continued publication through 1907. It was a a monthly literary magazine which contained editorials, articles on literary, historical, and political subjects, and notes or excerpts from other institutions’ publications, campus news, and anecdotes. Very little concerning college life escaped mention, making The Austin College Reveille the most complete existing record of the military years at the college. The first issue appeared in March, 1891. The Austin College Reveille ceased to exist after 1907, supplanted by the annual Chromascope, but no student publication since has adequately taken its place.|
|Location||8D6.1 - 8D6.4|
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